Governance (page 1 of 3)

Organisational governance posts.

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Ethics policy

This policy draws together legal, ethical, probity and behaviour principles applicable in the governance of Intersex Human Rights Australia (“IHRA”).

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Advertising policy

This document sets out our policy on advertising on websites that we own or control.

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Privacy policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that Intersex Human Rights Australia protects the privacy of all personal information collected and recognises the importance of treating personal information confidentially.

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We invite expressions of interest in board positions

Intersex Human Rights Australia is keen to receive expressions of interest in becoming a member of our board. Applications need to be received no later than 15 December 2020. Applications will be reviewed by the Executive Directors and presented to a Board Meeting for consideration in early 2021.

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We celebrate our 10th anniversary

Today we are 10! Intersex Human Rights Australia Ltd was formally incorporated as a not-for-profit company on 6 May 2010, under the name OII Australia. Today we celebrate 10 years of advocacy and work to ensure that the human rights and health of people with intersex variations are recognised and respected.

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Board and staff changes from the 2019 AGM

This weekend, IHRA held a strategic planning day in Williamstown, Melbourne, followed on Sunday 17 November by our AGM in Altona and a Family Day at Altona Homestead.

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Job vacancy: part-time administrator

Come and work with us! We are advertising for the new part-time role of administrator. This role is funded by the Victorian government, via the Genetic Support Network Victoria, for a period of one year.

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We are now “Intersex Human Rights Australia”

At a Special General Meeting on 4 March 2018, members approved a change in name to “Intersex Human Rights Australia” (IHRA) from OII Australia. This name change more closely represents our work, promoting human rights and particularly protection of bodily autonomy and freedom from torture and ill-treatment, and providing education and information.

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Our staff

Our current staff members.

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Moving forward

The Board of OII Australia is excited to announce that, after many years of operating entirely through the work of volunteers, our two co-chairs will become our joint Executive Directors as of 1 December 2016.